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Edgar Loew, Producer; Victor Stoloff, Director; Dorothy Thompson, ScriptFarm Work is War Work (1942)

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Promotional film for Volunteer Land Corp recruitment; follows the experiences of Dick Shaw, a young adult who learns to work on a Vermont farm as part of his contribution to the war effort. Summertime Barnard resident Dorothy Thompson wrote the story; Victor Stoloff is director. A production of the United States Department of Agriculture and State Land Grant Colleges.


This movie is part of the collection: Short Format Films

Producer: Edgar Loew, Producer; Victor Stoloff, Director; Dorothy Thompson, Script
Audio/Visual: sound, B&W
Language: English
Keywords: Vermont Historical Society; agriculture; boys; farms; volunteers; Barnard Vermont; Dorothy Thompson; Victor Stoloff; Volunteer Land Corp
Contact Information: Vermont Historical Society 60 Washington Street Barre, Vermont 05641 vhs-info@state.vt.us 802 479 8509

Creative Commons license: Attribution 3.0


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Producer: Edgar Loew
Director: Victor Stoloff
Story: Dorothy Thompson
Music: Paul Dessau
Photography: Josef Braun